News | February 19, 2008

Vision Reach Includes Follow-Up Order Entry

February 20, 2008 - Amicas will feature Vision Reach 2.0, which extends the solution’s functionality to include follow-up order entry.

With Vision Reach, a referring physician has the ability to order a follow-up exam, in addition to receiving instantaneous secure notification when a report is available. This tool provides proactive electronic delivery, notifying the referring physician when exam results are ready.

Vision Reach also integrates the radiology report with key images and creates a single “multimedia” report for referring physicians. The system uses common email and secure messaging to proactively deliver images, reports and information to any email-enabled portable device. The zero install client Web-based application eliminates installation and any client level application requirements. Vision Reach is available as a standalone referring physician product or in combination with the AMICAS Vision Series of products, including RIS, PACS and Financials.

For more information: www.amicas.com

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